Arts

Forty years ago, the efforts of a committed group of Swift Current residents to promote the visual arts in the community came to fruition when the R.C. Dahl Centre opened to house the Swift Current National Exhibition Centre and branch library.

When coming to southwest Saskatchewan Craig Baird had a job in Gull Lake, but not long after decided to go on his own as a free bird ... or is that Baird?

A relaxed, self-guided tour off the beaten path during the Culture Days weekend will reward those who want to learn more about the talented artists of southwest Saskatchewan.

Thursday, 04 September 2014 09:40

What Goes Around, Comes Around at the Esplanade

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The Esplanade Art Gallery in Medicine Hat is proud to present its two new exhibitions until Oct. 4, Rory Mahony’s L O O P and Jason Baerg’s Returning. Public reception with the artists is Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. and Downtown Artwalk’s Roving Reception for Alberta Culture Days.

The Esplanade Art Gallery is proud to present its two new exhibitions until October 4, Rory Mahony’s L O O P and Jason Baerg’s Returning. Public reception with the artists Friday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. and Downtown Artwalk’s Roving Reception for Alberta Culture Days.

Swift Current resident Jacob Fehr's latest book is a reminder of the faith and culture of his ancestors who came to Canada along with thousands of other Mennonites to start a new life.

The annual Southwest Open, a non-curated exhibition for semi-professional and amateur artists, is currently taking place in Swift Current.

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